This episode of The Debate discusses the terrorist attack in Egypt that killed 29 Christians.
Allah says in holy Quran: And hold firmly to the rope of Allah all together and do not become divided.
The elderly of Britain are generally physically and emotionally vulnerable to a variety of issues.
Reports emerged in the media that several civilians had been killed in an operation by US Navy Seals in Yemen.
This episode of The Debate discusses the Syrian army's fresh advances against Daesh militants.
Trump's first foreign tour took him to Saudi and Arabia and Israel before heading to Europe.
The situation in the tiny Persian Gulf state of Bahrain is getting tense as protests grow over the house arrest of senior Shia cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim.
This episode of The Debate is about a new Iran sanctions bill adopted by the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
In this episode of Press Plus, we will discuss about the the crises of moral values in modern life.
China’s anti-espionage agencies have killed or imprisoned up to 20 sources for CIA agents of the United States operating in China.
This episode of The Debate is about the recent deadly terror attack in Manchester.
Six years into the deadly conflict in Syria, prospects for a comprehensive peace remain bleak as the West and some of its regional allies continue harboring and supporting terrorist groups in the country.
Iran’s incumbent President Hassan Rouhani has clinched presidency for a second straight term by securing more than 57 percent of the votes.
Over 41 million people, or over 70% of eligible voters, went to the polls to choose their next president.
Donald Trump has been accused of giving classified information about Daesh terrorists to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
Just in 2015, 33,000 people in the US died of overdoses from prescription drugs such as OxyContin.
This edition of The Debate is about the US President Donald Trump's anti-Iran rhetoric.
If just hearing the word creepy crawlies makes your hair stand on end, then take a deep breath, calm down and make sure to watch our next feature.
The US has imposed sanctions on Venezuela’s chief judge and seven other members of its supreme court to punish the country for annulling the opposition-led congress.
This episode of The Debate discusses US President Donald Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia.
How important is Brexit? Do you think it does not affect you? Think again. At least if you're living in the EU and working in the UK. But the ramifications of Brexit goes beyond jus the UK since the UK.
The US is complicit in the Saudi Bombing campaign in Yemen as it continues to fund and support the terrorist state.
Donald Trump, President of the United States of America is to show the world his true colors by visiting Saudi Arabia to meet the imposed royal family, and host of leaders from the Persian Gulf Arab states.
Reports have emerged in media that show the situation is tense in Saudi Arabia’s Shia dominated province of Qatif.
This episode of The Debate discusses Hassan Rouhani's victory as Iran's 12th presidential election.
We all know that nothing in life is more important to us than family. But it seems that in today’s fast pace world, more and more people are valuing material issues over their families.
The war of words between Iran and Saudi Arabia is heating up.
Donald Trump has been accused of giving classified information about Daesh Takfiri terrorists to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
The newly elected, inaugurated and Pro-European President of France, Emanuel Macron made his first official visit as President to Germany.
The voting procedure and the bodies in charge of holding and supervising the elections are brought under the spotlight on this show.
This edition of The Debate discusses the controversy surrounding US President Donald Trump’s reported intelligence sharing with Russian officials.
US President Donald Trump is facing a major test as he will soon have to decide about America’s future course in Middle East wars.
Watch Press TV’s interview with Kang Sam Hyon, North Korea’s ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Iran.
This episode of The Debate takes a closer look at the May 19 Iranian presidential election.
On Friday May 19, Iranians will head to the polls to choose the members of City and Village Councils as well as their 12th president.
Reports coming out of Yemen show that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are divided over the impoverished country on which they have waged a deadly war.
Even a 5 million dollar bounty on Joseph Kony's head and the tag as one of the first people indicted at the ICC for crimes against humanity has not ensured his capture.
This episode of The Debate discusses US President Donald Trump's decision to give classified information to Russians.
The very words used by Norway’s largest union on the Israeli regime's hideous treatment of Palestinians is true to the heart.
It was still 2015 when Republican candidate Donald Trump directly pleaded for a “shutdown of Muslims entering the United States.”
Campaigning for the presidential election in Iran has become more heated these days as the hopefuls are doing their best to garner votes.
This edition of The Debate is about the Nakba Day in Palestine.
With all that we’ve achieved to this day in so many different realms in the universe, the oceans and even more than that, the cosmos are still mysterious to us.
Clashes between anti-government protesters and security forces have left dozens of demonstrators dead in the past weeks.
This episode of The Debate discusses the advances made by Iraqi forces in their way to liberate Mosul from Daesh terrorists.
For a country that waltz’s around the world claiming to be democratic and concerned about human rights, highly condemning those whom it picks and chooses, Britain has shown its true hypocrisy.
After less than two years as Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn is leading the party into a snap general election.
This episode of The Debate is about US President Donald Trump’s abrupt dismissal of FBI chief James Comey.
From just before and during the turn on the millennium, the generation that evolved became residents of a world that had changed vastly over the last several decades.
This episode of The Debate discusses the third and final Iranian presidential election debate.
This episode of The Debate sheds light on the plight of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails.
Without doubt, technology has changed the way we lead our lives and these changes have been prominent over the last decade.
Relative calm has been established across Syria following an agreement to set up a de-escalation zone in the war-torn Arab country.
Iran’s defense minister warned the Saudis that any military action against Iran would lead to the destruction of almost all of the kingdom.
This episode of The Debate is about US President Donald Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey.
Centrist politician Emanuel Macron becomes France’s youngest leader by clinching victory over his far right rival Marine Le Pen.
Those who call the US hypocritical would be grateful to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson for exposing what they see as Washington’s true face regarding human rights and democracy.
This edition of the program is about the Iranian city and village councils elections.
This edition of the program is about the humanitarian crisis in Somalia.
This edition of The Debate is about Russia's role in the US politics.
At a time when new world powers are beginning to emerge in the global arena, the EU has taken its first step in many years to challenge the status quo of the world order as shaped by US hegemony.
Trump has issued an executive order which will make it easier for churches to engage in politics.
This edition of The Debate is about South Korea's upcoming presidential election.
There’s a city in the very popular province of Isfahan called Najafabad. The climate of the region is rather desert-like. And that, definitely affects the locals’ diet.
Thousands of people in Aden have come out in a show of support for a governor who has been fired by Yemen's former President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi.
This episode of "We the People" sheds light on the first 100 days of Trump’s administration.
This episode of The Debate discusses the French presidential election.
What do the French elections mean for the future of mainstream parties in France?
The two finalists of the French presidential election met on Wednesday evening for the final televised debate before Sunday’s vote.
Step by step the main stream right wing politicians in Britain are advancing an extraordinary constitutional revolution with a single aim in mind: never-ending right views’ rule.
The second round of Iran presidential debates was held on Friday May 5.
This episode of The Debate discusses the prosecution of top Shia cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim in Bahrain.
How are Palestinian prisoners being mistreated in Israeli prisons?
This episode of The Debate discusses Iran's second presidential election debate.
The UK says it is proud of its role in the creation of Israel in response to a petition asking it to apologize for the Balfour Declaration.
The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has unveiled a new document that has created mixed reactions among political circles.
Hamas unveils a new policy document accepting the establishment of a Palestinian state in territories occupied by Israel in the 1967 war and afterwards.
In this segment, we will look at various case studies into how water is affecting different countries.
This edition of The Debate is about the setting up of de-escalation zones in Syria as agreed upon in Astana by Russia, Turkey and Iran.
The US has provided arms and intelligence to militants fighting against the Ansarullah fighters. This has put the US on the same side with al-Qaeda.
There are several improvements in life due to the positive effects of technology, but regretfully, there are some negative impacts as well.
This edition of The Debate is about a new policy adopted by the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas.
Europeans have been frequent visitors to Tehran since last year, when the nuclear deal took effect, despite US efforts to hinder business with Iran.
Back to square one! That would be the impression of anyone witnessing the return of US-led foreign troops in increments to Afghanistan amid a resurging Taliban militancy.
This edition of the program is about the ongoing violence in DRC.
This edition of the program is about Iran’s upcoming presidential election.
This episode of The Debate sheds light on the ongoing political crisis in Venezuela.
Less than three weeks are left until Iranians pick their next president.
It's been one hundred days since President Donald Trump began his controversial term in office.
France has held a crucial presidential election. The far-right candidate Marine Le Penn and The centrist Emanuel Macron have headed to the second round.
Over 1,500 Palestinian prisoners are on a hunger strike to protest their poor conditions in Israeli jails.